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Infernal: Hell's Vengeance - Xbox 360

by Playlogic International
Xbox 360
2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews) 35 / 100

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  • Stunning 3rd Person Shooter with deep & engaging storyline
  • Explore a range of stunning environments & locations across 3 levels of difficulty
  • Over 10 hours of gameplay
  • Control a variety of guns and weapons as well as supernatural forces to increase their power
  • Engage in Hand to Hand combat, or utilize a range of weaponry

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  • ASIN: B002AF4XE2
  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 1 x 12 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: July 2, 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #26,384 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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Product Description

Former Etherlite Secret Agent Ryan Lennox, now obsolete and betrayed by those close to him is a man who knows no fear! In a desperate bid to uncover his former employers secret agenda Lennox makes a pact with the devil. Embarking on an action-packed voyage into a world of deception and betrayal, armed with special abilities and military grade weaponry, Ryan Lennox is a man who must succeed. Lennox will need to master his devilish powers to uncover the truth and restore the delicate balance of good and evil. The captivating plot sees Lennox journey from ancient monastery catacombs and secret mountain hideouts to sprawling harbor docks and industrial oil refineries, before finally facing his ultimate showdown! Duck and cover system to avoid enemy attacks Fight intelligent opponents who use the environment to their advantage Utilize a vast array of supernatural powers such as telekinesis & teleportation to overcome obstacles and enemies Harvest the energy of your enemies to heal and to replenish your Infernal mana

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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Should be so much better... July 23, 2009
By Lexx
Fun: 2.0 out of 5 stars   
This game is not good. I say this so coldly because it has so much potential. The story is halfway decent. The dialogue is amusing at times. The graphics could be better, they are on par with an earlier Xbox 360 title. The controls are terrible. It is very difficult to aim. In order to pick up weapons dropped by enemies you kill, you have to aim at them and hold the X button for two seconds. While that doesn't sound like much, doing this during an intense firefight can be very frustrating. On top of that, the bodies of your enemies disappear rather quickly requiring you to put yourself in harm's way just to get health and ammo (which you will need alot of due to the difficulty aiming). Also, in order to dodge/roll, you double tap the analog stick in the direction you want to go. This works out worse than it sounds as when you're knee deep in combat, you accidentally roll around uncontrollably (sometimes right in front of enemies!). The special powers you have are a mixed bag...some are cool, some aren't so cool. By far the most frustrating part of this game is the lack of a checkpoint/autosave system. You are required to save constantly or risk repeating alot of work if you die. Considering he can die from a 5 foot drop off of a ladder, that's a pretty big deal. All in all, it's not the worst game I've ever played but it could probably take a few tips from the worst.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars good game May 12, 2013
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graphics werent that good but i enjoyed the was worth what i payed for it. thank you very much
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3 of 5 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Bland shooter du jour October 10, 2009
Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
You are Ryan Lennox, former angel (because Ryan is such a common Angelic name) a member of a psuedo heaven-on-Earth special forces. After being kicked out, for reasons unknown, and being ambushed by your former colleagues, again for reasons unknown, you do the only sane thing: join the forces of Hell... based on the results of flipping a coin. Already losing interest? I can't really blame you.

Graphics are tolerable but sub par. Too much is over bloomed or completely shadowed, and objects are repetitive and not enough are static, sometimes causing you to drive miscellaneous junk down the hallway like some bulldozer. Most effects are eh, even fire, which you'd think would've gotten more than a fair share of attention.

Controls are stiff and fairly unresponsive. Also, it utilizes RE4 over-the-shoulder camera controls, which should've been abandoned after the first failed experience. If I wanted to play third person, I should get an option to, not be forced to feel like some disembodied puppet master. Powers are fairly pretty but its like trying to use a sledge hammer to kill a mosquito. Sure, you'll kill them all kinds of dead if you hit, but thats the tricky part.

Audio is barely above average. Lucifer looks almost like Samuel L Jackson, and is voiced nicely, dark and smoky without sounding like he had to say his lines through a mouthful of gravel. Your character resorts to snappy one-liners and comebacks, okay but definitely nothing original.

Overall, this is ranks a good solid C. Enough good bits for such a quiet release, but with such a head scratcher story and so many difficulties with controls, makes is a solid rent first.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Repetitive and Generic. July 15, 2010
By Kpro
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Fun: 1.0 out of 5 stars   
Infernal was selling for so cheap that I figured I'd give it a shot. This was probably a bad idea. While the game might have had potential, it ultimately comes across as broken, repetitive and generic.

It's a 3rd-person shooter in which heaven and hell, which are represented as corporation type establishments, are fighting each other. You end up fighting for hell, and in return get some cool powers such as teleportation and shooting demon-fire energy out of your guns.

The graphics and sound are actually pretty decent, and the game might impress someone watching you play......but if you're the one playing, you know that what you're doing in the game is actually no fun at all. A few gameplay scenarios were somewhat creative, such as the boss fights and puzzles, but 95% of the game you'll be running around shooting generic enemies. With little use for the cover mechanic, awkward controls, and no real strategy needed other than run in guns blazing, the game just gets repetitive. I also had it freeze on me about 5-6 times, and once I even saved my game in an area that glitched and would not let me pass, so I had to revert to a previous save in order to get through. Very annoying.

Infernal went on for far too long. I was hoping it would end relatively quickly....but it seemed to just keep on going! I don't recommend Infernal, unless you like playing bad games (which, obviously, I sometimes do). One star.
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